I can’t believe how fast this year has gone! I feel like I blinked and now we are getting ready to roll out the Christmas activities! As well as classrooms full of Christmas crafts (we have some deadly ones coming so keep an eye out!) the end of term 4 is a time that many families like to give their classroom teacher a small gift.
Teachers don’t expect gifts but a small token of appreciation can brighten someone’s day. As parents, it is something we do each year to say thank you for all the hard work in supporting us throughout the school year and my boys love choosing the gifts for their teachers.
This year so many small businesses have been impacted by Covid-related restrictions that we are trying to shop small where possible. Giving back to the community we are part of is important to us and supporting small business is such an easy way to give back. Supporting Aboriginal businesses is something we do all year round and there are so many deadly offerings that are perfect for teacher gifts.
If you are buying teacher gifts this year, I encourage you to check out the many gorgeous gifts that First Nations business are offering. Here are a five of my favourite things for gifting this year:
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.